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  • 1930 North Arboleda, Suite 201
    Mesa, AZ 85213
    480-655-7440
    Fax: 480-655-7099 contact@gundersondenton.com
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    Assistance With Real Estate Law Disputes or Issues

    Assistance With Real Estate Law Disputes or IssuesGunderson Denton & Peterson has the experience and knowledge to carry out the effective planning and completion of nearly any complex real estate law transaction. We offer expert and clear communication to help our clients achieve cost- and time-effective resolutions while minimizing disputes and distractions.

    We can deliver what you need the most, which is effective representation that solves the issues, and protects your interests. Our time-tested approach to real estate lawsuits gives our clients the upper hand to obtain positive outcomes.

    Whether you are purchasing or selling your home, in a real estate law dispute, or you are contemplating any type of real estate transaction, it’s essential to know your rights and have them explained to you by a professional real estate lawyer. Real Estate lawyers handle a broad range of matters such as property law, easement disputes, foreclosures, injuries, insurance, mortgages, warranties, property taxes and more. There is a lot to take into consideration when you are involved in a real estate transaction, and the Mesa real estate lawyers at Gunderson Denton & Peterson make it their goal to offer you professional assistance and guidance throughout the process.

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    Protecting Your Best Interest Regarding Real Estate Law

    As you know, real estate transactions are likely the largest and most important purchases in any individuals life, so seeking out the help of an experienced Arizona real estate lawyer is highly advisable whether you are buying, selling or dealing with real estate transactions in any form. Mistakes in these transactions can cost a lot of money, as well as time, that buyers and sellers can’t spare. Protecting you from those mistakes or any other dispute that could arise from your real estate transaction is what the real estate lawyers here at the Mesa office of Gunderson Denton & Peterson strive for.

    Some of the issues that can come to the forefront of real estate transactions are illegal units or additions, tenants that are in residence past the termination of their rental contracts, problems with title to the property. Professional assistance from Arizona real estate lawyers can help you resolve these issues in a timely and affordable manner.

    If you are seeking more information about how the real estate lawyers at Gunderson Denton & Peterson can help you, give us a call today at (480) 655-7440 for a phone consultation regarding your issues, so that we may assist you with the best options for your unique Real Estate Law needs!

    Q: Where can I get a copy of the Arizona law regarding prescriptive easements?

    I am a real estate agent who has a client that uses a walkway that is posted no trespassing for over 30 years from his adjacent ranch to access the Tanque Verde wash for his daily morning walks and I think he has created a prescriptive easement for himself and he asked me to verify and get a copy of the actual Arizona law regarding same.

    A: The primary Arizona Statutes governing prescriptive easements are found in Title 12, Ch.5, Art. 2. Basically, the law requires the same elements to establish a prescriptive easement as it does to establish a claim of ownership through adverse possession, except that prescriptive use need not be exclusive.

    The elements are very case specific, so reference to the applicable case law, in addition to the statues themselves, is necessary to evaluate the merits of a potential prescriptive easement.

    If the facts look good, you can demand a quit claim deed from the owner of the property under 12-1103, or the owner pays your attorneys fees to file a quiet title action to establish the prescriptive easement judicially.

    Re-posted from AVVO Legal Questions & Answers.

    Q: How long can I remain in my house after the trustee sale date/auction?

    A: As long as you are still residing there after the trustee’s sale, you will likely have options. The new owner of the property will likely offer a carrot (such as a cash for keys incentive) to induce you to leave voluntarily rather than a stick (the eviction process). You should have some idea of where you can move on short notice, but no need to pack your bags quite yet. Wait to hear from the new owner to decide what your next step should be.

    * This answer does not constitute legal advice. I am admitted in the State of Arizona only. This advice is based on general principles of law that may or may not relate to your specific situation. Facts and laws change and these possible changes will affect the advice provided here. You should not rely on this advice alone, and nothing in these communications creates an attorney-client relationship.

    Re-posted from AVVO Legal Questions & Answers.

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    Driving Directions From Tempe Arizona to Gunderson, Denton & Peterson, P.C.

    Start: Tempe, Arizona

    1. Head east on W 5th St toward S Mill Ave 23 ft
    2. Take the 1st left onto S Mill Ave 0.3 mi
    3. Turn right onto E Rio Salado Pkwy 0.8 mi
    4. Turn left onto N Scottsdale Rd 0.5 mi
    5. Take the ramp onto AZ-202 Loop E 8.4 mi
    6. Take exit 16 for Gilbert Rd 0.4 mi
    7. Turn right onto N Gilbert Rd 1.0 mi
    8. Turn left onto E McKellips Rd 1.5 mi
    9. Turn right onto N Arboleda
    Destination will be on the right

    End: Gunderson, Denton & Peterson, P.C.
    1930 N. Arboleda, Suite 201
    Mesa, Arizona 85213

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